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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1906)
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WAFFLES Mrs. Day. Sam's Cafe.
Saturday; 27th. -
Nebraska vs. Doano on Campus.
Students' Dobating Club.
Monday, 29. '
Hon. A. S. Tibbotfs, "The Multimil
Juniors, Memrolal Halh
Inter-class Athletic Board 8 p. m.,
Prof. G. E. Barber, "Vesuvius and
Chaplain: Prof. F, E. Stuff-.
. Nebraska vs. Minnesota at Minne
apolis. Monday, 5.
Prof. E. H. Barbour, "The Architec
ture and Sculpture of the Loulsi
ana PurchasoJBxposltloh." (Illus
trated.) Saturday, 10. .
'Nebraska vs Crelghton at Omaha.
County Fair, Armory.
Nebraska vs. Kansas, on Campus.
Talk with Ludwlg
Miss Laura Owen has been on the
sick list. ;
You will be satisfied with Cameron's
Call up the Star Delivery Co., Bag
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A LETTER FROM "BEIMNIE."
M. A. Benedict, '06, Puts In a Word for
Hawthorne, Nov., Oct. 21. Mr. Ed
itor: This wllF porhaps surprise you,
but somehow aftor reading your edl
torial on "Fair Play" I couldn't help
but say "good work." I have always,
felt proud of our Bportsmanliko ac
tions in all branches of athletics and
especially our attitude towards our
guoBts. I admit that there are timos
whon your very blood bolls nt your
opponent's actions, but if the officials
Ignore or don't see it, why, what good
does it do to hollor and act unsports
manlike over it? I am mighty glad
you rubbed it in as you did.
I tell you it stfoms queor to be out
of tho excltemont. Why, I am a week
behind the tlmoB, for I just read about
the Drake game. I am going "to bo
there Thanksgiving if tho Union Pa
olfic is still doing business and if it
isn't I will walk. I know tho team Is
going to win, for I am very confident
of our now coach, and then two, Qlenn
Mason is tho best fighter Nebraska
ever had, and that's what wins.
Well, keep up the good work and
tolerate, If you can, those outbursts
from an bid "has been." As ever,
MADAME HOMER TO 8INQ.
Recital November 9 Under Auspices of
Madame Louiso Homer, contralto, a
member' of tho Metropolitan Opera
company of Mow York City, will ap
pear in recital under tho auspices of
tho Matinee Musicalo at tho Auditor
ium, Friday evening, November 9.
Mmo. Homer made her debut in
Paris in 1898, and has taken leading
parts in operas in the principal cities
of Europe and America. She has been
a member of tho Metropolitan com
pany for flvo ypars, and-will-closo her
brief concert tour in time to return
to New York for tho opening of tho
Joint Debate of University Clubs to Be
x-v Held November 2
Tho dehato on party questions be
tween representatives of the Univer
sity Republican and-Joffersonlan Clubs
Ib to bo hold on Friday, November 2,
probably in Memorial Hall, and Chan
cellor Andrews will preside. The do
bate Is the result of a challenge by
tho Republican Club and a warm con
test is assured.
Tho representatives of tho Repub
lican Club in the debatoTiavo been an
nounced and are hard at work on their
side of tho question. They are Messrs.
Sunderlln, RInaker, and Yoder. Tho
Democratic representatives have not
yet been made public.
At a recent meeting of the Repub;
lican Club tho following two men, wero
added to the executive committee: R.
C. Osmond and C. K. Shedd.
8enior "Blow-Out" Committee.
Members of the Senior "blowout"
commlttee-nre requested-to blow In to
the Daily N.ebraskan ofllce in the base
ment or tne Aaministraqon ouuaing
on Monday, October 29, at .1 o'clock,
Tho members who do not come to the
committtee meeting may expect to bo
blown up by the chairman at the
Lost: An umbrella in room 304,-Mechanic
Arts hall,', marked "F. H." on
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